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I prefer Nanomaterials as my interested Area of research.I would like to work on Nanotherapeutics and bio-pharmaceuticals by coupling nanoparticles. The Effectiveness of Biopharmaceuticals can be increased by coupling them with nanoparticles. My primary objective of selecting nanomaterials is that they can be used in the treatment of deadly diseases like Cancer. These biopharmaceuticals are peptides that trigger multiple reactions in our body, coupling them with nanomaterials, which will proficiently deliver the peptides at the tumour site without causing damage to any other adjacent tissues and organs in patient’s body.I chose the Nanoparticles due to its secondary objective in cancer research. Most of the times the conventional drug delivery systems fail to work efficiently due to the particle size. They are large in size and take time to absorb by cells, and are insoluble, which result in tissue damages. On the other hand, Nanoparticles are tiny in size (3-200nm). Due to their sub micronized particle size, these can be used as a replacement for drug delivery systems.Several types of nanoparticles like polymeric nanoparticles, micelles, lipids, carbon nanotube materials and magnetic nanoparticles are used in this process. However, I want to work extensively on carbon nanotubes materials which are given a vaccine at the site to prevent the growth of tumour cells. I believe prevention is better than cure.In addition to Nanomaterials, I would like to work on Spectroscopy which is my other area of interest.In Spectroscopy I’ll be going to study the determination of concentration and identifying functional groups in the mixture of compounds using Infrared spectroscopy by applying Beer-Lambert’s law. But I know calculating molecular weight by IR spectroscopy is a tough job & only under special circumstances but we can calculate Molecular weight by IR spectra.This can be solved using the conventional method like partial least square method. The fundamentals of this method were taught by my statistics professor. From this knowledge, I want to solve the determination of molecular weight using IR. Further, it’s not possible to identify the peaks of IR whether it’s the pure compound or mixture of several compounds. a typical example is the mixture of paraffins and alcohols will give same IR spectra. However, I want to explore more on this concept.I strongly believe that this internship will give me an opportunity to improve my knowledge skills and also support of publications in future  I want to excel in my area